A note on representativeness and household finance
AbstractPrevious research has shown that social households have a higher probability of owning risky assets. Using a representative sample of the German population, we demonstrate that the sociability effect is much stronger among people younger than 50.
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Volume (Year): 113 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (October)
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Stock market participation Social interaction Household finance Representativeness;
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